A few weeks after Rolls-Royce unveiled the Phantom Ghawwass Edition for its Middle Eastern clientele, the British luxury marque is back at it again with a new creation straight out of its Bespoke Collection.
This particular model, which was commissioned by the company’s dealership in Dubai, is called the Phantom Bespoke Chicane Coupe.
To no one’s surprise, Rolls-Royce put the full court press on giving this Phantom its own list of luxury upgrades, as if the standard features aren’t already enough.
It’s got a two-tone matte black and gunmetal finish on the body that visibly shines under the sun. And yes, the interior looks pretty spicy with all that red leather, a Roll-Royce trademark that never seems to go out of style.
So what if the Phantom Bespoke Chicane Coupe doesn’t have any performance upgrades. The work done on making this Phantom as unique as can be is already mighty fine for our taste buds.
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2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Bespoke Chicane Coupe
We already mentioned that two-tone black and gunmetal finish on the luxury car’s body. It’s a nice combination of style and elegance that you can pretty much take to the bank with Rolls-Royce models. But there are also those matching alloy wheels, and those aren’t exactly cheap additions to the overall program.
Inside, the red leather is the first thing you’ll notice. Not a shock there. But there’s also a carbon fiber trim and piano black accents, not to mention special sill plates, a starlight headliner and a unique plaque with the layout of the Goodwood Circuit.
Considering the stature of Rolls-Royce as one of the world’s finest luxury brands, the Phantom’s place in the pecking order of most desirable luxury cars is pretty secure. Pretty much anything of what everybody describes as high-class can be found on the Phantom Coupe Series II.
But the best part about it — or the worst, depending on how much you value fuel efficiency — is the luxury car’s 6.75-liter, V-12 engine that packs a whopping 453 horsepower at 5,350 rpm and 531 pound-feet of torque delivered between 1,000 and 3,000 rpm. The sprint from 0 to 60 mph is made in just 5.7 seconds, while top speed goes up to 155 mph.